August 29, 2019
TSA Construction is a second-generation, family-owned and operated general contractor based in San Diego. They offer a hands-on, collaborative approach to their clients’ vision and believe in building their communities for a better future. TSA Construction recently broke ground on The Salvation Army’s Rady Residence located at the existing Door of Hope Campus, home to programs serving homeless families of San Diego.
When complete, the Rady Residence project will consist of a new 37,900-square-foot, 4-story building that will provide 32 residential units (1, 2, and 3 bedrooms) with a 1-story Housing Services Wing. The Housing Services Wing will consist of an activity room, playroom, offices, and a laundry room and will help support residents of the new building as well as the residents of the existing Transitional Living Center, which provides each family with an apartment while they work on ending their homelessness. Amid a homelessness crisis, San Diego County has the fourth-largest homeless population nationwide, according to the Salvation Army.
TSA Construction’s primary goal is exceeding their client’s expectations in all aspects of the construction process. Their values of integrity, honesty, and accountability are implemented throughout the duration of every project. TSA’s success with client satisfaction is demonstrated through their proven track record of repeat clients. They have completed projects in California, Arizona, and as far as the Caribbean. TSA specializes in ground-up construction, site development and renovations, tenant improvements, and historical and building renovations. Their wide range of experience includes hotel, Class A office, multi-family, religious, retail, Native American gaming, restaurant, and hospital. To learn more about TSA Construction and view their project experience visit www.tsaci.com
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